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Event – Port Security Technology – June 19,20 – London

Event – Port Security Technology – June 19,20 – London

London, United Kingdom (PortSEurope) March 7, 2017 – Sea ports remain the most viable access point for international trade. Billions of tonnes of cargo and millions of passengers traverse the oceans each year with over 90% of trade moving through the major ports and sea lanes. In order to ensure the safety and security of that vital economic blood line, individual ports are responsible for the
protection of cargo, people and property. However, the often large sizes of ports and the proliferation of potential threats means that this cannot be achieved with guards and fences alone. To reduce costs, save vital manpower and overall enhance security measures, technology is key; smart access points, integrated surveillance and tracking networks, computer systems and collaborative training and preparedness allow port authorities and port facility managers to properly defend and manage the sea ports and their importance to global trade. The SMi Group’s 8th Annual Port Security conference will take place on the 19th and 20th June 2017 and will bring together major sea port security operators alongside world leading solution providers to find the right solutions to the most important security challenges faced at major container ports. Notable presenters include BIMCO, Belfast Harbour Police, City University London, International Maritime Organisation, London Gateway, Malta Transport Authority , Marine Risk Management, MAROPS, Metropolitan Police Service, Milford Haven Port Authority, Port Authority of Vigo, Port Of Long Beach, Port of Rotterdam, Port of Santos – Santos Brasil, Salamanca Group, Transport for London, University Of Warwick. Source: SMi Copyright (c) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2017.

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